Kaylen Ward Wiki
Kaylen Ward is a famous Instagram influencer from the USA. UU., Now calls herself The Nak * d Philanthropist on social networks. The Los Angeles influencer and online worker s * x was recently analyzing the coverage of fires in Australia and wondered how she could help her. The Texan model, who now lives in Los Angeles, has spent almost every minute since she responded to the more than 20,000 messages she received with individualized nak * d photos. She raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Australian forest fire relief by offering n * of photos in exchange for donations. Ward said she was motivated to use her followers to contribute to the cause after photos of catastrophic conditions appeared.
Kaylen Ward Age
She is 20 years old.
Quick Facts You Need to Know
- Kaylen Ward offered to send a n*de photo of herself to any person who donated
- She has already raised more than AUD$100,000 for the current bushfire appeal
- The Texan model said her family has disowned her but she doesn’t regret the decision
Kaylen Ward Charity Compain
She asked her followers to donate directly to a list of charities she suggested, which included NSW Rural Fire Service, Victorian Country Fire Service, Red Cross and certain koala hospitals across the nation.
Ms. Ward hoped her post would attract ‘a few thousand dollars’.
Within one day, she had about 20,000 messages in her inbox with receipts.
She now estimates she has raised over AUD$100,000 and still has thousands of messages to work through.
‘Someone sent me $5,000, so I’m sending 50 pics and videos,’ she said.
Kaylen Ward Twitter Posts, Images
“I was seeing all the posts on Twitter about the Australian fires and I was really concerned there wasn’t a lot of media coverage and not a lot of people donating,” she told BuzzFeed News.
That’s when she had an idea. Ward already sells n*de photos online, so why not do it for charity? On Jan. 3, she tweeted that anyone who sent proof that they’d donated at least $10 to a list of Australian charities would get n*de photos in their DMs.
The tweet took off, with more than 40,000 retweets, and Ward’s inbox was soon flooded.
“I was expecting to raise maybe $1,000 but the tweet blew up,” she said.
She’s now hired a team of four people to help her sort through the thousands and thousands of DMs she’s received. They’ve been working around the clock to verify donation confirmations as best they can and reply with the promised n*de.
Kaylen Ward Instagram
Instagram has thrown a bit of a wrench into her plans. Although she was running the campaign on Twitter, word of it spread to Instagram, where Ward had 50,000 followers. On Saturday, Ward said Instagram shut down her account, claiming she’d violated their guidelines.
In a screenshot posted by Ward, Instagram said she had posted “sexually suggestive content,” though the model denies she broke any rules. She’s tried to reach out to Instagram but hasn’t heard back.
Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of United States, United Kingdom and Australia. Hinton’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets.